Christina Youn

Front Page Editor



MNHS Online
Pay attention to the East

April 14, 2014 was an incredibly tragic day for the town of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria. It was the night in which female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School by Boko Haram, an extremist terrorist organization. When women in Nigeria spoke out about the kidnapping, they stirred a sense of global outrage....

MNHS Online
A Look Behind the Mask

With the responsibility of pumping up the crowd and being a figurehead of the school, mascots play an important role at sports games. However, senior Emily Lerdahl has taken her passion for mascotting a step further. Alongside working as MN's mascot, she also works as a mascot at Werner Park for the Omaha Storm Chasers....

MNHS Online
Barbie's new look

With blond hair, blue eyes, and an extremely unrealistic body, the famous Barbie doll has long been the obsession of many younger children. From her dream house to the numerous movies, Barbie's sparkling, plastic life has served as a goal for many. However, this expectation that Barbie sets is incredibly unrealistic and even harmful.

MNHS Online
The test of turbines

Paper wind turbines were turning on Feb. 24 as IB science students were given the task of creating a turbine that would be able to lift 100 grams to the height of a cafeteria table. The students were in groups of four, with at least one biology, chemistry, and physics student, and were given a...

MNHS Online
Innocent refugees hurt by terrorist attacks on Paris

The terrorist attacks that took place on Nov. 13, 2015 in Paris gave the whole world a scare. When news of the City of Lights being under attack became known, countries came together to support France and the country's national colors were seen around the globe.

MNHS Online
Transforming Teaching Tactics

Students, teachers, community members, and commuters on their way to work all see and feel the impacts of MN's construction. However, the visible changes aren't the only renovation going on in the building. With the adoption of Google by the Millard District, MN teachers have already started to incorporate Google applications into their classrooms. "Right now, I am starting to use Google Classroom.